More than two years since the tour launched at Pumphouse Gallery, London, “What Do I Need to Do to Make It OK?” concludes at Rugby Art Gallery & Museum this September, where it opens on 16 September. Alongside this exploration of damage and repair RAGM is also showing “Music in Rugby” as part of their … More “Make It OK” tour conclusion and call out for artist commission
Press coverage has been given by these writers and publications, to whom I give sincere thanks. Preview in the September-October 2015 issue of Crafts Preview in the September-October 2015 issue of Embroidery Review by Jessica Hemmings in the November-December 2015 issue of Crafts Profile by Anne Williams in the Winter 2015 issue of the Quilter … More Press Coverage for ‘Make it OK’
As well as the review of “What Do I Need to Do to make it OK? by Jessica Hemmings in the November 2015 issue of Crafts there is now a review in the current issue of The Quilter, by the editor Anne Williams. It’s the Winter 2015 issue (no. 145) of The Quilter, the quarterly … More Review of ‘Make it Ok’ by Anne Williams
Artist Kate Tiernan interviewed me about “Make it OK” for Studio International at the Pump House Gallery recently, and their creative director Martin Kennedy has turned it into a film.
There’s been a lot of work going on with this project in July. As well as the above logo, designed for me by The Unloved, I’ve now added pages to this site that profile all five artists, and details of the tour. We have also launched a call out via the Crafts Study Centre for … More Make it Ok – further information and a symposium
I have curated a new exhibition exploring damage and repair which launches at Pumphouse Gallery, London, on 27 August 2015. The show features newly commissioned and existing work by Dorothy Caldwell, Saidhbhín Gibson, Celia Pym, Freddie Robins and Karina Thompson. It will tour to several venues through til 2017. This exhibition has been developed with … More What Do I Need To Do To Make It OK?
This exhibition explores how knowledge of either contemporary craft practice or mathematics may increase appreciation of both. The title is from a 1940 essay by accomplished mathematician G H Hardy who declared: ‘The mathematician’s patterns, like the painter’s or the poet’s, must be beautiful, the ideas, like the colours or the words, must fit together … More Beauty is the First Test – Touring Exhibition 2012-2014